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Ben N Yan’s originated in the Philippines in 1995 in Pampanga, San Fernando.  Belinita and Salvador Espino, along with their two sons, Neil Benson and Bryan, brought the "Taste of Filipino Food" to Guam in 2002.

The Espino's were able to bring in a head cook, Randy Namuco, from Cavite. His 30-plus years of cooking experience at the Island Cove Resort brought stability to the menu. The H-2 and local workforce has also offered the greatest customer service and family oriented dining experience.

Our Banquet Room

Our Banquet Room can accommodate your most memorable milestone celebrations. 

Maximum occupancy 100 people.

We also provide catering services for all events.

FOOD & WINE Magazine

“My mind is blown,” Ben N’ Yan’s Neil Espino said Wednesday after being informed of the national accolade bestowed on the Dededo restaurant after Food & Wine magazine called it one of the best places to eat Filipino food in the country.

The magazine’s June 28 story, “The Best Places to Eat Filipino Food in Every State,” includes an Instagram photo of the restaurant’s halo halo topped with ube ice cream and flan.

The story called the restaurant “the undeniable favorite” on island and highlights the restaurant’s Sizzling Plate Specials. It also recommends what it called a “pork chip” — an apparent misprint on the website of the pork chop dish.

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